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06 May 2019 / news

Tax Litigation in the Netherlands

The Dutch Tax Authorities have become more determined in their approach to tax disputes in recent years. This has resulted in a rise in the number of tax audits, adjustments, disputes and cases being brought to court.

Of course, you want to win your tax case before the courts or reach a good settlement. In order to achieve this goal, understanding how the tax authorities approach disputes is essential. Litigation and settlement negotiations are like a chess game: each step offers potential advantages and disadvantages which must be weighed carefully.

Are you in dispute with the tax authorities? You can count on us for assistance in every phase: from the announcement of a tax audit by the tax authorities to litigation.

Have a look at our Tax Compliance brochure below or download the PDF version.

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